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Oct 18, 2012 4:00pm EDT
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Oct 31, 2012 4:00pm EDT
combine with the locals to turn off electricity to clear the trees out of the streets and first get everything running again. if they don't have electricity they're not going to get the gasoline. people are running their houses on generators and the generators will run out of fuel soon. i was talking to one guy he was talking about siphoning gas out of his car and happy he refilled it before the weekend so he could run the generator to keep his house going. it's a big mess. >> gordon you're here from the nyse, talking about more travel restrictions in and out of new york. how is that going to impact trading volume and liquidity for the rest of the week in your view? >> it may have impact. if people are going to trade, they're going to trade, and if they're not, they're not. the first day of a new month automatically means less volume than today. you saw the people marking their positions. yeah i think traveling will be difficult but it will start to pick up november 1st or 2nd we'll be light days for us anyway. >> bob you've been tracking some stocks on the move. what have you been
CNBC
Oct 29, 2012 4:00pm EDT
and local communities and business? >> our hearts go out to all of you on the east coast. we sincerely hope you get through this safely. we all have had storms and we've gone through this before. i think one of the advantages of a storm is that we do get a warning. in this case we've had days of warning. it allows us to prepare for a serious event like this. and perhaps even more importantly, it allows us to be ready to handle the aftereffects of such a devastation. >> say -- >> compared to an earthquake or terrorism, which you don't get any warning for. so, it does help to us handle this. >> what about the fact that the markets have been closed, i mean, the markets closed today, closed tomorrow. two days of trading interrupted. we haven't seen this, obviously, since september 11th. and before that, the only time the markets were closed due to weather was 1888. so, what would you expect once trading resumes? >> well, i think there will be volatility. i think the greatest risk is, remember, the markets have been questioning our economic growth here for the past few weeks. some feel the
CNBC
Oct 5, 2012 4:00pm EDT
ikea was wrong to apologize. they made a business decision. their local affiliate said it's offensive here to have a woman in your catalog in pajamas. they took her out. it's a smart business decision. they haven't pulled out their catal catalogs. i don't know why ikea has apologized except they've gotten whaled by these politicians. >> what's wrong with a company making a decision based upon local culture? is it really a human rights issue at this point? >> i think human rights issues would be overwrought. whose local culture? in saudi arabia you have women advocated for public life. >> there is no law in saudi arabia that women can't be in advertising. it's just a matter of respect for their culture and women are covered up. but, you know, this whole concept that a company has values, you know, i kika is not the united nations.kea is a coms in selling product. if it's better if them to sell book shelves and baskets by cutting out a woman in her pajamas in saudi arabia, good for them. >> think also customers are making decisions based on what they see as the value. >> to that point,
CNBC
Oct 12, 2012 4:00pm EDT
reflection of the local economies we serve. yes, we got to charge. yes, we have to make a profit. the interest rates are at the lowest possible historical levels right now. so we are servicing. we're helping our consumers. do we have cost? of course we do. >> i don't understand why this is such a mystery. all of the u.s. and all the european banks are still trying to rebuild their capital. until they do that, the lending standards aren't going get easier. it's not that -- >> and they're deleveraging at the same time. >> exactly. the regulators go in and say, you can't make this loan, you can't make that loan. this is the way it is until we get through this tough period. >> and the way they're getting through this, as we all know, the fee base. tim sloan was just here, the ceo of wells fargo. they have this diversified portfolio. yes, they're doing well in the mortgage business, but they're doing better on the fee side of the ledger because that's where they can make their money. >> michelle -- >> get an adjustable, bob and absorb the interest rate risk yourself and you can have a 2% l
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Oct 16, 2012 4:00pm EDT
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Oct 17, 2012 4:00pm EDT
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Oct 4, 2012 4:00pm EDT
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Oct 2, 2012 4:00pm EDT
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